• New York Attorney General Needs to go back to Law School

    As I’ve stated numerous times – I am not a judge, a lawyer or a Constitutional scholar, but I can read. I do know that the United States Constitution is the guide book or rule book for the national or federal government. The document defines the specific powers and duties of the federal government. It is therefore “…the supreme Law of the Land…” (Article VI, Clause 2, U.S. Constitution)

    And as it states in the Tenth Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or the people.”  READ MORE...

  • Gun Safes and Trigger Locks Defeat the Purpose of Home Defense Weapons

    Gun Safes and Trigger Locks Defeat the Purpose of Home Defense Weapons

    Yesterday, the HuffPo continued its assault (pardon the pun) on guns by pretending to be reasonable, which is something new for the Huffington Post, but it wasn’t really reasonable. It was just a veiled attempt of the unreasonable to sound reasonable.

    The article, posted as a result of the Santa Fe school murders, is entitled, “Texans On Both Sides Of Gun Debate Agree On Safe Storage, But Not On How To Support It.”

    They write that the 17-year-old took “his father’s pump-action shotgun and .38 revolver, concealed them under a trench coat and walked into an art class before opening fire on students, teachers and a responding school resource officer.” READ MORE...

  • Seattle Proves that Government is Always the Problem - Never the Solution

    Seattle Proves that Government is Always the Problem – Never the Solution

    You may have heard of the new tax being levied on companies in the Seattle area. IBD reports that the Seattle Politburo (city council), “unanimously passed a ‘head tax’ of $275 per full-time worker on any company in the city that makes more than $20 million in gross revenues. The city says the $48 million in new taxes will go toward affordable housing and providing emergency services for the city’s swelling homeless population.”

    Allow me to translate. The $48 million in new taxes will go toward, but not quite make it to its final destination. Oh, some of will be used to build “affordable housing” and provide “emergency” services, but a good percentage will likely be siphoned off and spent on increasing the size of the Seattle bureaucracy and increased regulation. It’s what liberal statists do. They see a pile of money and recklessly spend it. They also regulate, to the point of strangulation. It will be déjà-vu all over again. READ MORE...

  • Trump Declares Dead the One-Sided, Unsigned, Un-Agreed-Upon, Non-Agreement

    Trump Declares Dead the One-Sided, Unsigned, Un-Agreed-Upon, Non-Agreement

    On Tuesday night, Mark Levin was speaking of the Iran Nuclear deal that was just sent to the scrap heap by president Trump. To this Levin said it was a great decision. And he added that it was also a Statesmen’s decision with an accompanying Statesmen-like speech to the American people. I agree.

    However, as Mark continued, he said something I disagree with and which I think is quite important – ultimately the most important thing to be gleaned from this whole Obama/Kerry foreign policy scam.

    That is that this deal wasn’t and isn’t foreign policy. It’s not a deal, an agreement, a treaty or anything else. It was merely a wish list laid out by Obama and his anti-colonialist, anti-Semitic brothers and sisters – no different than ones crafted for Santa Claus. READ MORE...

  • The EPA is Only Useful When the Left Controls It

    The EPA is Only Useful When the Left Controls It

    Let me state for the record that there should be no federal Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards. If States wish to regulate themselves to death, let them.

    Despite my misgivings that these types of federal regulations are unconstitutional, if CAFE Standards are to become law, they should, at the very least, have to be passed by Congress, where all laws must originate.

    That being said, the last time Congress passed a law which included fuel efficiency standards was 2007 – more than a decade ago. READ MORE...

  • The Bill of Rights is Missing an Amendment

    The Bill of Rights is Missing an Amendment

    One of greater problems that plague our federal government is that of cross-delegation. What do I mean by this?

    I describe this phenomenon as such, owing to the fact that three branches of government are no longer “separate but equal.”

    As we see by the take-over of government by the federal judiciary, they are clearly the most powerful of the three.

    The other two branches, the legislative and executive, take to bended knee before them, and as blind mutes, comply with any and every decree.

    This was clearly not intended by the founders. READ MORE...

  • Another Dred Decision by a Lower Court

    Another Dred Decision by a Lower Court

    On Thursday, I posted an article entitled, “The Bill of Rights is Missing an Amendment.”

    I began by explaining that we do not have three “separate but equal” branches of government – that the federal judiciary, or Judicial Branch of the federal government, is by far the most powerful and influential branch of the three. The other two are of course the Executive and Legislative.

    To this, I had an interesting, yet confusing comment on my YouTube channel regarding my assertion, which is a fact, not an assertion. The commentor stated: “I don’t know why you think the supreme Court is so powerful…” At first I thought they must be kidding, but I don’t think so. READ MORE...

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